Archive | June 2018 Summer Workshops

Berkeley Ballet Theater Summer Workshop – Advanced Session 1

Mon-Fri, Jun 18- Jul 6, 9:30am-4:30pm
Berkeley Ballet Theater, Berkeley

Cost: $1155.00 for full workshop, $420.00 per week

Open to new and returning students, offer unparalleled training under world-class faculty for advanced dancers in a diverse, supportive environment. Dancers’ daily schedules combine rigorous classical ballet training with a diverse range of styles, including modern, jazz, capoeira, and pilates.

Dancers may register for one week or multiple weeks. Contact BBT for level placement.

Contact: info@berkeleyballet.org

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Diva Dance Off

 

Thursdays, Jun 7-Aug 23, 7pm-8pm
The Beat Berkeley Performing Arts, Berkeley

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3 months of your favorite divas. Beyonce, Rihanna, J-Lo, and more. With a focus on hip hop, modern, vogue and jazz movements, participants will learn style, grace and attitude while working up a sweat. Workshop includes an end-of-summer performance at The Beat Annual Showcase.

Contact: AspearmanAndCoDance@gmail.com, (510) 393-5119

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(Un)Doing Gender in CI: A Contact Improvisation Workshop with Kristin Horrigan

Sat-Sun, Jun 2-3, 12 – 5pm
SF Conservatory of Dance, SF

Cost: $125 – $200, Sliding Scale

Gendered patterns of movement and interaction play a larger role in CI dancing than one might think, given that CI is a form without any prescribed gender roles. Participants will seek to deepen their CI dancing, strengthen their technique, and expand the range of dances they have by discovering how gender lives in our movement and building strategies to undo the ways it limits us.

Contact: programs@hopemohr.org

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Hamster Dance Summer Camp: Week One

Mon-Fri, Jun 25-29, 9am-3pm
Studio 200, SF

Cost: $300, save $25 when you also register for Week Two (Aug 6-10)

For kids 4-10 years old. The day begins with free play, followed by dance games and movement exploration, outdoor lunch (bring your own) and playtime at our neighborhood playground. Then it’s back to the studio for crafting, art making, and different movement play each day (hip hop, capoeira, etc.). Hamster Dance Camps is led by Mary Carbonara , with guest artists.

Contact: director@studio200.org

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Know-It-All Performance and Process Intensive

Mon-Fri, Jun 18-22, 9am-4pm
Studio 200, SF

Cost: $375 before April 1; $400 after April 2.

Taught by Mary Carbonara and Heidi Carlsen, this workshop is for adult beginning and intermediate dancers looking to invest more deeply in technique, improvisation, composition, and the development of performance skills through the exploration of a variety of different dance and theater processes.

Contact: director@studio200.org

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A Day with Lynn Simonson

Fri, Jun 15, 10am-4pm
Studio 200, SF

Cost: $85 whole day; $30 technique only; $70 body mechanics workshop only

A rare Bay Area opportunity! Lynn Simonson is an internationally respected educator and the creator of Simonson Technique, an organic approach to movement that prepares the body to dance in a way that is anatomically intelligent and somatically aware. Lynn will teach a Simonson Techniqe Class 10am-12pm followed by a Body Mechanics Workshop 1-4pm.

Contact: director@studio200.org

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Full Day of Dance©

Sun, Jun 16, 10am – 5pm
Mountain View Masonic Center, Mountain View

Cost: Early Bird: $20 single; $18/2 classes; $16/3 classes; $14/4 classes; $12/5 classes; Full price: $25 single; $20/2 classes; $18/3 classes; $16/4 classes; $14/5 classes
DG member discount: 5%off; use code: DG5

Five movement classes offered “back to back” with mid-day lunch break. All classes mixed levels; pros & beginners in each. Example: a ballerina might be a beginner at Tap. Classes: Pilates mat, Jazz, Tap, Contemporary, Etta’s Electric Line Dances. Ages 15 and up. Take any number of classes. Most fun & best deal: take them all.

Contact: livelyfoundation@sbcglobal.net

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Choreo-Cubator©

Tue, Thu, Fri, Jun 12,14,15,19,21,22, 6-7:30pm
Mountain View Masonic Center, Mountain View

Cost: $115 Early Bird (before May 7); $125 regular
DG member discount: 10% (before May 7); use code: DG10

Create new work or polish a work in progress. All dance/movement styles welcome. Space & time to explore & make work on your own or in collaboration with other participants. Six working sessions, Tues, Thurs, Fri. Show your work in Showcase Performance, open to the public, Jun 22. (Performing not required)

Contact: livelyfoundation@sbcglobal.net

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Physical Comedy

Sun, Jun 10, 2-4pm
Mountain View Masonic Center, Mountain View

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Megan Ivey, professional, Ringling Bros. trained clown, leads outrageous workshop. Learn (or practice) slaps, water spits, walking into walls, falling down funny. Improv, solo or partnered/group, physical plus verbal. Laugh yourself silly; learn a lot. All adult ages & kids 10 and up welcome.Workshop is part of the International Dance Festival@Silicon Valley.

Contact: livelyfoundation@sbcglobal.net

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African Rhythm & Dance

Mon-Fri, Jun 18-22, 11am-12:30pm
Mountain View Masonic Center, Mountain View

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Keith Hames, Founder & Director of AKOMA ARTS, leads classes in African rhythms & dance. Mixed levels, experienced or beginner. Participants will learn a piece to perform in the Showcase Performance, Fri, Jun 22 (performance encouraged but not required). Workshop is part of the International Dance Festival@Silicon Valley.

Contact: livelyfoundation@sbcglobal.net

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